Garnering a level of social attention that only comes around once in a while, Jim Walker’s post today on an interesting Carnival cruise line policy has garnered over 1,300 Facebook likes, tweets and shares. Pretty impressive. In this week’s LXBN Roundtable we round up the best commentary on the Hostess shutdown. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 166.
- New Poverty Data, Still Not Looking Good for Millions – Asset Opportunity Director and Shriver Center supervising attorney Karen Harris on The Shriver Brief
- Lawyers, Guns, and Money – But Mostly Guns – Philadelphia lawyer Wally Zimolong on his blog, Supplemental Conditions
- Pinterest’s Accounts and Terms of Service for Businesses and their Potential Impact on Sweepstakes, Contests, and Other Promotions – Shannon Harrell on the InfoLawGroup blog
- Social Media and HR: Fifty Shades of Gray – Maryland attorney Eliot Wagonheim of Wagonheim Law on his blog Bottom Line Business Insights
- Insider Trading in Four Easy Steps: “Network” with Experts for $1000 an Hour – Washington, DC attorney Steven Berk on his blog, The Corporate Observer
- Who Will Be The First Drag Queen Kicked Off The Carnival Glory? – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- A Breed Apart — Crop inventors are seeking to protect their work, even if they don’t use GMOs – The blogging lawyers and attorneys at Morrison Foerster on their blog, MofoTech
- U.S. Supreme Court Swats Case Back To Arbitration – Portland lawyer Ryan Gibson on the Stoel Rives World of Employment
- Search Engine Automatic Completion Reflects Social Inquiries – Dallas lawyer Peter Vogel on his InternetInformation Technology & e-Discovery Blog
- What is the Best Way to Fight Rising Sea Levels? – Dallas lawyer Charles Sartain of Looper Reed & McGraw on Energy And The Law
For more of the best, check out LXBN, a complete review of the top insight and commentary across the LexBlog Network.